A huge THANK YOU! to all who gave advice on my girl’s dilemma. She read them all. We will see what this morning brings.
Well, Lolls and her boy made it here around five o’clock Saturday evening and we had a great visit. We had dinner at my house (pot roast, layered mashed potatoes and cheese, salad and broccoli with olive oil and garlic) and turned in early. In the morning, we went to church, where Lolls’ beautiful singing voice took my breath away, and then to brunch at The Cafe before she and her guy left for the next leg of her trip. The visit was way too short and we look forward to the next one.
The nor’easter is still wreaking havoc with this part of the US of A . Our sump pump has been running nearly constantly but we still have water in the basement. We are so thankful because it could have been so much worse. Our waterway is receding a bit and, despite a delayed opening, school is in session. There are others, though, who are mourning deaths related to the storm. Some are homeless due to flooding reaching as high as the second story of their homes. Please remember them in your prayers.
My f-i-l’s 91st birthday is next month and my in-laws’ 62nd anniversary is this month. I just finished sending e-mails to the Whitehouse to request that cards be sent to them. Cards can be sent for births, birthdays for those age 80 or over and weddings anniversaries of 50 years or longer. What a neat idea, eh?
Here’s hoping that you all have a week filled with blessings. gail